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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGF DAILY HEBALU Wednesday, February 19,1913. fat* CHASE ?" m OF mOE iET New Officers Elected and i Vigorious Campaign Will be Instituted BRAND 1$^ THE HIGHEST GU/VDE C)ld Timer Dead  iWinnlpeg;: Feb. 17.-Major W. R. Bell, rifleman, .agriculturist,,- and transport^officer, died at tlirep, o'clock , .thiS; morning. Thougli very active 'and apparently quite hale and strong, was actually from a fatal �idllnefes tor over a year. The funeral, i;;lt:{s'"6xpccted; will take placeThurs-�tfayv'which Will  enable Paciflo coast itelatlvcs to he present. Maior Bell . ";Was; one of tha, best, known charac-idir's; in''the west, having started in 'i;tte*jearly^^ e farming on an ex- ;itehisive: scale : at Indian Head, Qu'-: ^^ppoUejiiBalgonie, Long Lake and ;!;othet centrali � Saskatflhowan points. vs'AHogetherAhis enterprise, in tbe pi-onsof days of. the-., Canadian PadOc . :it%aiiway embraced some fifty thousand >,'ikcrfs, most of which was bought for % dollar, ah acre from, the railway and ^theyjHudson's liay. company, and lit-.i^ilevot whicli is now worth less than ' fcfe^J5^^ acre. .Included is^as -' the site.-of ^tlic present thrivfng town of Indian Head. Remarkable, how-*ser,'v'as was the prescience Major �;;>iBell';exMbited in this-project, be was ,-i;>not*Ctted by - training or habit of I '.ZEiina to bring it to a successful con-viV^filusipHv:: Ho served in the'1885 re-iShellibh;,/.:-.;.'- , Ai�Willianii'Nason, son of a Winnipeg ^'/hajrlster,:has been chOEen as a Cecil Rhodes scholar. Magn'ath. Feb. 17.-The annual meet Ing of the Masrath Board ot Trade was held last Saturday evening, In the town hall, and judging from the spirit of enthusiasm displayed, it would strongly indicate that the Board was facing one ot the brightest years fn its history. Officers w�re elected for the ensuing year, B. L. Jen-.sen, a, live, energetic business man being!chosen for tl^e office ot president. Many important matters came ,up. for discussion. Including tha fl-nrincas for the season's campaign. It was' decided to begin plans at once for the.holding of the annual ball and banquet, and- the executive was em-powerecT't6"~draft a petition to the town council asking for a grant. It Is almost certain that this will be favorably acted upon, for five out of the seven constituting the municipal body were In favor of the proposal at the meeting on Saturday evening. The meeting was preBid�d over by G. W. Heathershaw, president last year. A representative gathering had assembled, and before the close the hall was well filled. The president made a few opening remarks, pointing out the object of ;the meeting, and assuring the newly elected officers ot his full support and co-operation during the year. The secretary, F. C. Steele, then submitted his report. This was quite a lengfthy document, and was followed closely by the members. It revealed many facts, and showed that although the Board of Trade had not been accorded the support it deserved, it had accomplished much Teal good. In an advertising way Magrath had fared exceedingly well, more money having been si)ent than in any previous year in the history of the Board. The secretary reported that this had borne fruit, and numerous Inquiries were coming in evfry week. The local board had labored assiduously fcT many reforms, sudh as the removal of the flax embargo by President Heathershaw, the beautifying of the C. P. il. station grotinds^at this point, assured this spring by Supt: Cameron, land titles office facilities, improved and increased, and many other matters of great vmomeot to Magrath and Southern. Al-berta. ,: : t The report also made a touching reference to tbe untimely death of the late-P. H. Turner, who was treasurer last year. Mr. Turner was always a. live member of the Board of Trade. 'The report of Secretary Steele was unanimously accepted and ordered filed for future Teference. The New Officers The election of .officers was then proceeded with. The result of the election was as follows: President, B. L. Jon.sen: vice-presldtint, Mr. liavles, of Grant & Davies; stfcretary-treasuror, P. C. Steele, and the following committees: -Civic Improvement, B. Ben-nion, Harold Wood and Giiear Blum-el ; finance, John Turner, B. Matkln, T. r. Kirby; Immigration, G. m Heiath ershaw. Dr. Beeman, John Bridge; arbitration, J. A. Rasniusson, J. O. Bridge, J. J.. Atherton: trad* and trans portation, Ira Fleteber, J. A. Slrie, J. h. Gobb. The first nam^d in �i�:h committee is chairman. ' B. L. Jensen brought forward, the matter of the anttualhall.- He-stated that it was now time to hold that event. All agreed with Mr. Jensen, aod the executive cotaMIttee'Was �nipow-ered to make all arrangements lor the holding of the dance and baifqtiet. iSlachlrrery Note The secretary then .jread-the umi-form machine note as offe-red by the boards ot trade, and drafted by W. C. Ives, president of the liethhridge Board. This created much discussion, and short addresses were made by Messrs. Bennlon, Heathershaw, Turner and Matkln. The general opinion was thai this was something that was badly needed, and Mr. Ives'-drift was endorsed most heartily. Single Tax The much-discussed single tax question was gone into at great length and th^ present sy-stem wascondemn-ed, as being legislation which oppressed the small towns, and a resolution was passed to this effect. J. A. Easmussen � save an illumihating' ad-' dress on this queSlibfl, declaring that the resolution offered was In full harmony with one passed at Cic.convention of Alberta Bounicipalltles at In-nisfail. The principles of single tajca-tion w?Te splendid, said h^, 'but the system was introduced too qwiclilyby the government. John Turner and Dr. Beeman thought the meeting should not pass the resolution until further -Intonnatlon was obtained. B. Matiln and John Bridge, however, spoke in .its favor. E. Ben-nlon called for the question, and - on being put It passed, and will be cent on to Commissioner Finley. John Turner offered the suggestion that a set night be ftxrd for the board of trade meeting. This was voted a splendid idea, and. the^ chair appointed the-second Thur^dayt in each month for this purpose. 10 BUiLB mm BIG COiVIPANY WILL BUILD A LINE FROM WINNIPEG TO FORT WILLIAIV1  Ottawa, Ont., Feb. IS.-J. G. Tur-TlC's bill to extend the-time for the construction of the Athabatca Northern r�.ilway which was objected to at the last meeting ot the committee, �was reported this morning. Mr. Turriff explained that the delay in eonstruction had been due to the fact that the company had been waiting for the completion of the construction of the bridge across the North Saskatchewan river. Mr. Carrlck'S bill to incorporate the Manitoba and Ontario railway company, which proposes to build a .railway from Fort William to Winnipeg, was reported. Ti-avers Lewis on behalf of the cordpany said that the proposed line would run between the C. P. R. and C. N. R. lines. The-Laks of Woods would be crossed at Falcon Island. The original capital stock of the company, Mr, Lewis said, would be one. million dolI.".rs. But In view of the length of the line, the committee decided that it would have to^ be fixed at four million dollars. The' provisional directors of the company are: J. P. Jones, Dr. W. H. Hamilton, J. T. Horne, W. A. Dowar, Port William; and J. H. Drew of Guelph, Ont. The head offlce of the company would be at Fort William. IHE ASSASSINS IE SHOT LARGE CROWD TOOK HOLIDAY TO WITNESS THE KILLING AT SAN SALVADOR San Salvador, "Republic of Salvador, Feb. 18.-Three of the assassins ot.the. late president of the Republic of Sal vador. Dr. Manuel Araujo, were shot by platoons of soldiers today, , The shooting took-place on the camp de Marn race course, in the presence of a large concourse of people. , A council of .wsit -on Saturday ,even-ing condemned to Ileath seven persons who bad taken an active part in,the crime. Pour of them were arrested but the others are still at large.- One of the prisoners was allowed a respite in the expectation -that he would divulge further* particulars of the plot Railway Chiefs Afraid of PubUc RATE WAR AGREES I m .,. Ilhe/�satne as. - m^jyoai^'^atnt to .save trouble jn ||t^|^tchaiii(^ Shewhiskis off all --^it^os'eqdds, and. ends-chunks .sroJibpold raeai^^ fish and jj-i^ator-^nd just turns them sinfto the finest stews and hashes !:v'|p^CT served; She never wastes a ihprsel, . i^Itfe ma^e from prime selecled beef '..I'Sndithe choicest vegetables that Irish '-iR^ilAcan produce. It's as pure and te&riourishing and delicious ?s can be. ,.'V;'And it blends perfectly with any other i-t sopp or made di.'sh, because it contains y iii^'jver-strong added flavouring. Don't UififjtSii to boil it for MJ an hour. ^^^^^ . . New Yort, Feb. 18.-There will be no firemen's strike on the eastern railroads. The' railroads yielded today and agreed to arbitrate under the Brdman Atst, the coniroversy with the BrotheThood of Locomotive Firemen and 'Bnginemen. The firemen had stood to a man for this method of arbitrsitlon ever since the dead-loch began; the railroads bad stood firm for arbitration before the committee of six or B*ven men. Three naen, acting under the law, will decide the firemen's claims. The decision will be> binding. The firemen _ selected thsir repre-sehiatlve on the board of arbitrators as soon as ythe railroads' decision was announced. Hcoa Mix'''V*-IS t ^hese color^rtetpr'q^^aby s ' .''^''LitW.e-'Parling* ,Stockings havej.af^-^yliif'ty^ilj^^^^ hed'and tpe, yotir Hi ' ri i,'^?^^^''^^*P''-*!'?fTj5p.*U'i||5S|or,cl),lJ4ten : |-,it|le-Daifty,Hosiery is;rdpfortediiiji^th^lieyW'^^ all .-'��.:' v,~si?esiorchikrenmder-twdve.^ � :.l � He will ch^gp'iyou'no ' ' : � ; .,:' - ': .i',; - " Ifo not accept substitutes. ~ .-jf',.'" ,' ' THE CHIPMAN HOLTON'iNlTTING CO.', LIMITED *' -" ^ - HamHton r' i: Gana Mills at Hahjilfoh and Welland; Ont. '}{^-rw-H, 'f',i 97 34 88 46?8 0 568? ;